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MSNBC’s Ruhle sits in stunned silence after watching Trump rant about Muhammad Ali

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MSNBC anchor Ali Velshi looks at his co-host Stephanie Ruhle as she is too astonished to answer his question.

President Donald Trump’s bizarre offer to pardon legendary boxer and civil rights activist Muhammad Ali floored MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle.

On Friday, President Trump repeatedly floated the idea of pardoning Ali during a peculiar chat with reporters before departing Washington, DC for the G7 summit in Canada.

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After playing the clip of Trump, Ali Velshi asked his co-host, “why is he thinking about Ali?”

But Ruhle was speechless as she shook her head side-to-side, with a look of bewilderment on her face.

“Yeah, OK,” Velshi said to break the silence.

Finally, Ruhle found her voice, as the pair finished each other’s sentences while explaining to their viewers that the United States Supreme Court had unanimously overturned Ali’s conviction. In 1971.

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If the GOP thinks Trump is ushering in a crisis — why did they support him for the last year?: Bulwark editor

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Veteran newsman Carl Bernstein revealed that there are 21 Republicans too scared to reveal they think President Donald Trump should have reached the end of his options to fight the 2020 election. Still, most of them aren't speaking out publicly and they spent the past year enabling Trump, knowing full well that this is who he is.

Writing for the Bulwark on Monday, Jonathan V. Last cited editors of the National Review who are calling Trump's behavior “disgraceful” and “the most outlandish and irresponsible performance ever by a group of lawyers representing a president of the United States.”

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‘You can’t vote no’: GOP canvasser gets schooled at Michigan certification meeting

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A Republican member of Michigan's Board of State Canvassers was confronted by a former state elections director over attempts to delay certification of the state's election results without a vote.

"I think, first of all, the answer is, of course, you can't vote 'no,'" Chris Thomas told Board member Norm Shinkle. "There is no 'no' in this circumstance. Each of you play a necessary role -- you're at the pinnacle of Michigan's democracy -- you're the endgame of the statewide elections for 2020."

Thomas went on to say that after 5.5 million people have exercised their right to vote, it's the Board's responsibility to make the results "which are already widely known, official."

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White woman caught stealing anti-Trump sign lectures Black man for ‘disrespecting the current president’

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A white woman was caught on video admitting that she stole a sign because it was "disrespecting" President Donald Trump.

The incident was said to have occurred near Tampa, Florida. Video of the confrontation, which was said to have occurred on Election Day, was shared on social media.

The video begins as a Black man confronts the white woman, who has covered her license plate to prevent from being caught.

"Please let me go," the woman says. "Sir, I'm really sorry."

"You're sorry for what?" the man asks.

After the woman seemingly admits that she had taken the sign, the man asks her to "put it back."

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